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Vice Mayor Zhang Minghua investigates the development of state-owned cultural enterprises in the city 2013-05-09


On the morning of May 8, Zhang Minghua, deputy mayor of Ningbo Municipal People's Government, and Zhang Leming, deputy secretary general of the Municipal Government, accompanied by Sun Yuqiang, deputy director of the Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film and Television, conducted a special investigation on the development of state-owned cultural enterprises. After field visits to the Ningbo Theater and Ningbo Yingdu, Zhang Minghua heard reports on the development of state-owned cultural enterprises in the three cities of Ningbo Performing Arts Group, Ningbo Film Company and Ningbo Performance Company. As the forerunner of the national cultural system reform, Ningbo City has continuously deepened its reforms in recent years and stimulated the vitality of cultural development. Ningbo Performing Arts Group Co., Ltd. was established in December 2011. It is the result of the transformation of the state-owned literary and art circles of the city. In 2012, there were musicals "Tell the Sea", children's drama "Magic snail shell", and the drama "Ningbo Big Brother" The three repertoires won the grand prize of the Propaganda Department of the Central Propaganda Department, the Ministry of Culture, and the Zhejiang Provincial Party Committee. The performance of the performance was 501, and the performance income was 33.286 million yuan. The company was appointed by the Central Propaganda Department, the Ministry of Culture, the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, and the General Administration of Press and Publication. The four ministries and commissions were awarded the advanced units of the national cultural system reform, and won the Best Innovation Award of the “510” Award Project for the Cultural Industry Development of Ningbo in 2012. In 1993, Ningbo Film Company took the lead in turning the country into a state-owned enterprise. It has two holding investment companies, three professional direct cinemas and one equity investment company. There are 16 screening halls with a total number of seats of 2030. In 2011, it was The Ningbo Municipal Government rated the top ten “Stars of Service Industry Growth”. In 2012, it achieved a total revenue of 54.51 million yuan, including a movie box office of 40.44 million yuan. Established in 1999, Ningbo Performance Company is a performance brokerage agency specializing in performances, large-scale event planning, stage engineering, ticketing production and inspection. In recent years, it has successfully participated in the 7th China Arts Festival and many other large national scales. Activities, participated in the planning of the "shared drama" performance season, Andy Lau concerts and many other large-scale performance celebrations, promoting the prosperity of the Ningbo performance market. After listening to the report, Zhang Minghua pointed out that promoting the cultural industry to become the pillar industry of the national economy is a requirement put forward by the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan". The prospects are bright and the task is arduous. In the future, the city will increase the support of the cultural industry as a key industry. Zhang Minghua emphasized that it is necessary to fully understand the general industrial attributes and ideological attributes of the cultural industry, respect the unique laws of cultural industry development, and unswervingly promote and deepen the reform of the cultural system. Without reform, there will be no development, and institutional advantages are the greatest advantage. Zhang Minghua hopes that the government's cultural administrative department should strengthen research and guidance, formulate cultural industry support policies in different categories, and strive to solve problems for cultural enterprises and improve services. (Ningbo City Culture, Radio, Film and Television Press and Publication Bureau Cultural Industry Department)